Riverdale coach to face former team
Terry Herrod does admit that there is a deep emotional attachment for tonight’s game against Dutchtown.
Jonesboro coach Tim Floyd didn’t come out and say it, but he certainly alluded to it earlier this week.
Jonesboro volleyball coach Dan Maehlman has a pretty good hunch that his team has made some big strides since the beginning of the season.
Republicans in the House are like a bunch of 3-year-olds playing with matches. Their hapless leaders don’t have the sense to scold them and send them to their rooms — which means President Obama has to be the disciplinarian in this dysfunctional family.
For as long as I’ve been following football, I’ve heard coaches say that the biggest improvement their teams make is between their first and second games.
So when shrimp go wild at a big festival, what exactly do they flash?
The successful “weekend warrior” tends to do their homework, watching multiple YouTube videos, pricing out costs, weighing all options and then methodically implementing a well thought out course of action.
Clayton County Humane Society shelter staff member Keith Hunt gives a treat to Shadow, an 11-and-a-half-year-old lab mix, in the shelter’s dog yard Sept. 11.
The young cadets aggressively broke up soil and tore weeds from the raised beds at the HOPE Park Community Garden.
We are glad to see Georgia Secretary of State Brain Kemp adding his voice to the National Association of Secretaries of State across the nation in reminding citizens that September is National Voter Registration Month.
Forest Park accepts award.
Morrow Mayor Joseph “J.B.” Burke sticks his hand in a pot during a cooking demonstration Saturday at the Morrow Tourist Center’s weekly Morrow Market Days.
McDONOUGH — With the promise of chocolate milk and Oreo cookies, more than dozen piglets take to the race track at Southern Belle Farm’s Oinker Stadium.
Clayton County may bring in some help to clear out a backlog of Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax projects, including a few approved by voters nearly a decade ago.
McDONOUGH — The sound of feet striking the pavement and motorcycle engines roaring to life broke the early morning silence Saturday as men and women united in honor of Georgia’s wounded heroes.
Hearing loss no obstacle to firefighter’s success
Like many mothers of firefighters, Toni Duncan worries about her daughter at the beginning of each shift and breathes a sigh of blessed relief at the end, knowing she is safe and sound in her own bed.
Many of the people who were facing the loss of their homes because of a plan to widen McDonough Road will get to stay put after all, a Georgia Department of Transportation official has confirmed.
School Notebook 9-20-13
Attorney Herbert Adams will be returning to Clayton State University today to facilitate a “New York Times Talk” on the so-called “Stand Your Ground” laws as part of the university’s Constitution Week events.
Lawson said position needed for efficiency
A request to make a small structure change to increase the efficiency of District Attorney Tracy Graham Lawson’s office died Tuesday without a vote from the Clayton County Board of Commissioners.
Who says you have to wait until Veterans Day to recognize the contributions of former military service men and women?
Clayton County commissioners were split Tuesday over an effort to raise the qualifications for four public safety-related department head positions to require college educations and the proposed changes failed as a result.